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Blog Posts in August, 2013

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  • Military Retirement and Divorce
    Military Retirement and Divorce

    As of 31 January 2013, 1,429,995 people were on active duty in the armed forces, with an additional 850,880 people on reserve. With those large numbers, the division of military retirement benefits ...

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  • Be Careful What You Post...And Then Delete
    Be Careful What You Post...And Then Delete

    This is a topic that comes up again and again in the family law context: the use of social media during a separation or divorce . You might be asking yourself: what happens if I post something on ...

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  • How Young Is Too Young For Joint Custody?
    How Young Is Too Young For Joint Custody?

    At least in North Carolina, there are no hard and fast rules regarding joint custody . And although North Carolina has officially abolished the “tender years” doctrine that favored granting custody to ...

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  • One Big Reason to Settle Your Divorce Case
    One Big Reason to Settle Your Divorce Case

    We’ve talked in previous posts about the benefits of reaching a settlement or mediated agreement in divorce cases. Instead of battling it out in court, you could save yourself years of time, thousands ...

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  • Infographic: Facts About Gay Marriage
    Infographic: Facts About Gay Marriage

    Hat tip: Lauren Forrest of BestCounselingDegrees.com. (Disclaimer: we didn’t put together this graphic and aren’t affiliated with its creator)

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  • Are Divorce Laws Fair?
    Are Divorce Laws Fair?

    That all depends on what definition of fair you are using. And as it turns out, no two people have the same definition of fairness. “[F]airness is a subjective concept. Unless the parties have the ...

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